There’s not much you can use the space under the kitchen sink for, except some sort of storage and since you need a place for the trash bins, the choice is often already made. Still, that doesn’t mean you can’t customize your under-sink trash bins. The Variera bins from use a sliding mechanism and can be integrated into pull-out drawers.
Think about the style: You may not want to go with a super modern floor when creating a country, rustic kitchen. And you may not want to go with an unfinished wood if you’re shooting for an ultra contemporary kitchen. You’ll need to of the space you’re working with and if think floor will spread throughout the breakfast nook and dining area as well.
Can’t pick a permanent spot for your kitchen trash can? That’s okay…you could opt instead to have a mobile trash bin. It can have wheels/ casters and you can move it from place to place as you’re cooking, cleaning or doing other activities. You can even make something like this yourself. It’s all described on .
It can even be practical to have more than one pull-out drawer with trash bins inside. You could position them strategically: one near the sink and one near the oven or your usual prep space. This way you don’t have to run around and make a mess.
Function, staying power and style are three main components when it’s time to pick out the material that will create your kitchen floors. Whether you’re renovating or starting from scratch, you’ll need to take some time and do some research in the realm of underfoot materials.
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